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From Hostility to Hospitality: How Calvin is Renewing Civics Education
The Civic Hospitality Project, a partnership between the Kuyers Institute and the Henry Institute, gives K-12 educators many curricular tools and exercises they can draw from in putting together their civics lesson plans. The goal? For civics education to aspire to more than simply tolerance.
News & Stories, February 20, 2023
5 Reasons to be Excited About Calvin University Football
When Trent Figg was introduced as the inaugural Calvin University Head Football Coach he talked about how he will build the program and what people can expect on the field.
News & Stories, January 20, 2023
Calvin University student awarded prestigious Hatfield Prize
Calvin senior Emily Steen is one of three students in the country to be awarded The Hatfield Prize by the Center for Public Justice.
News & Stories, January 19, 2023
Student documentary helping history come alive
Two Calvin University film and media production students produced "The West Church," a documentary that highlights a partnership in Umm al-Jimal that dates back half a century.
News & Stories, January 10, 2023
Calvin University announces first head football coach
Trent Figg is the first head coach in Calvin University football history. Figg comes to Calvin from the University of Oregon, where he served as the football program's senior offensive analyst.
News & Stories, January 6, 2023
Calvin in 2022: A Year in Review
From a presidential transition to the first-ever graduation ceremony behind bars to adding new sports, spaces, and academic programming, there was no shortage of exciting happenings at Calvin in 2022.
News & Stories, December 31, 2022
School of Health creates blueprint for student and client success
The Calvin University School of Health brings many health-related disciplines together in structure, the blueprints pull those together in close physical proximity.
News & Stories, December 15, 2022
Calvin adds two new cohort programs for fall 2023
The Sustainability Fellows Cohort and Common Good Coalition are two new exciting options for students entering Calvin in fall 2023 to consider. The application deadline is December 15, 2022.
News & Stories, December 12, 2022
Glenn Remelts, Hekman Library
Retirement tribute: 25 years
Spark, September 15, 2016
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